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As an integrative practitioner Jodie Nelson is trained to deliver a range of approaches including: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered and Psychodynamic therapy. Jodie aims to deliver the most appropriate therapeutic orientation subject to presenting issues through mutual collaboration and decision-making with clients. Often when working with clients who are experiencing anxiety, depression and phobic type symptoms she will use Cognitive-Behavioural techniques and experiments with a view to resolving or decreasing unwanted behaviours and thoughts.
Jodie adopts an empathetic and interpersonal approach to therapy offering clients a non-judgemental and confidential space to work through and resolve presenting difficulties. As a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Jodie works with the view of maintaining high ethical standards offering clients a professional and secure service. She highly advocates the advantage of seeking psychological support and has specialist interests in trauma caused by varying forms of abuse, as well as, exploring areas of racial and culture related issues.
Jodie first began her BSc Counselling degree in 2016 at The University of East London after working for 7 years as a medical secretary in both NHS and private practices across London. Whilst training she has offered counselling services to a diverse spectrum of adult who present with seek support managing and understanding personal difficulties on a short and long-term basis. Most recently Jodie has spent time volunteering with The NIA Project working within the East London Rape Crisis Centre and continues to work on her professional development whilst completing her degree.
Jodie works with the low cost counselling service at The Awareness Centre in Clapham.